Anthony Davis left the Blazers game with a stomach ache
PORTLAND – The Los Angeles Lakers star suffered a stomach ache last night. Anthony Davis, The team says it ended prematurely during Saturday night’s game against the Portland Trail Blazers.
Davis came out of the game 4:51 in the first quarter. The one who went straight to the locker room did not return.
A team spokesman said the disease was not related to Govt-19.
LA rejected it early in the second quarter. The Lakers were outscored by 11 points in the seven minutes they played as Davis added 1-for-5 and two points, three rebounds and one foul from the court.
The Lakers Blazers trailed 36-14 after the first quarter.
Davis entered the game questionably after suffering a sprain in his right thumb in Thursday’s defeat to the Oklahoma City Thunder.
Before the game, Lockers coach Frank Vogel pulled Davis’ mood despite being uncomfortable this season after missing 36 of 72 games last year due to various injuries.
“I know this year he was very upset about how last year was and how much time was wasted,” Vogel said. “So, all it takes is 50-50, even if he’s on or off this year. ‘I’ll play if I can not play.’ He is not happy about the time he lost last year. So if he can play without big limits, he will be there.